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VOL. XI. NO. 4480.
12 PAGES-HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1009-12 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTi. &
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ASP I H ATTACKS RIGHTS OF HOUSE OF
$125,000 BID FOR GREAT PRIZE
FUNDS FOR SCHOOLS,
IN STATES AND
School Fund Commission
SOURCES FROM WHICH
SCHOOL MONEY IS DERIVEO
Principle of Stability Is All-Important
Specific Tax Is General
Throughout States and Terri
tories. Wlmt Ih (lime In oilier Slates iiml
Toirlloilos to imivlilu lunds for Hie
I'lilillr M'hnols wiih ii leading topic for
iIIkciiskIoii at )ostoidiy'B mooting of
I ho Srliool Fund Commission, hold ii:
Ihu ollleo tif V. A. Ilowcu, Bocrelury.
In Mils connection :i Mntuinent was
licpured for Iho general iiifmiiintlmi
of tli public ninl It wiih authorized to
Im given to tlie press. TIiIh statement
General Plans of Educational Income.
Tlie geucitil plan tin oimhnnt tlm
(otinlry Involves, IhI, ii permanent
riinl..nnd, bi'coud, it current (unit.
, Tlio pcimniient fund In sacredly
Uopt Intnct, only tlie Income from It
being used, while the current futul Is
depended upon from jenr to jcar ti
maintuln the educational system.
Sources of Funds.
Tlio porninlient funds are derived
largely from tlio sales or rentals or
land grunted by Congress or from
public lands of tlio State or Territory
l.iit also from a variety of special
lovonues defined ami not apart liy
Tlio current funds nro dcilvcd from
the Inionio of the pcimancut funds
I'lnl finin taxcB together with n largo
variety of special revenues dcllned
anil set apart hy Ktutglo.
Tlio lands thus tonti Uniting to tlie
I'crinaiioiit fund uro largely those
Hint lmvo lieen ginnted, or thnt may
hereafter ho granted hy Congress,
hut thoy also Includo puhllc luiids In
i-ny way ncqulreil hy tho Stnto or
Territory. Thus what uio known In
Alahnta as "sUtcenth section lands"
nro avallahle, as may ho provided hy
law for cither of these funds.
I'loinlnont nmonR other pohslhlo
botirces of revenun under this li'cad
wi find pioperty that may escheat to
the pnhllc treasury for w'.int of tlnlm
nnt, and any that may eoino from do
nation, Rift, Rimit or dovlso.
Tlio taxes for tho current fund
i how very piomlncntly a spoclflc tax
for education, piovldcd hy gonernl
laws, as, Tor Instance, 2 mills in Ar
huiiMjH, : of a mill, 1-0, j-c, l-il
end so on In Colorado, 2 mills in Illi
nois, II emits jm each $10(1 In Indi
ana. Theso nro levied under Roneral
laws for tho enllru stnto and do not
require any iinnuul or biennial act
of the LcKl.ilatuic.
In addition to tlm ahovo specific
(Continued on Page 3)
To make sure of having your ex
press or fruit shipments arrive at
mainland points for Christmas, you
rhould send them to our oflice
time for forwarding by
Island Fruit Co
& 72 S. King St. Phone 15.
f" ' SBSftii K n '
"Tho Wllholnilna Is boIuk In it
tl heat iui thing now running to SI
II Honolulu for law, comfnrtahlo IS
tt staterooms. No steamer on tho IS
tt ronle. wilt hnn such looms." tt
tt This paniKraph from n letter tt
tt Written by Cleorcu I. Casllo, Klvrs tt
tt romo Idea or what Ih In store for tt
tt (ho Honolulu puhllc' nnd tourists! It
tt Mr. Casllo went oer the slcamor tt
It tho early part of November. tt
t t: tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt
Market Not Very Active,
But Prices Hold
1 1 lIUMllllltl irinotl Ifi tt.il.t tin ...!.. I.....
tier cent ilhldend Viii1lio Inst dav of
N'ltcmlier alone with lis rcKiitar thre.
sriirths per cent monthly.
j;lils was tho only unusiinl nnuouncc
ment on tho stock hoard this iniirntii?.
that was rather iitldUrt;tTadliig clrelos.
,1'rlces mo holding' un'KowtiM'r. I'lo-
neervha advnui'ed to 192 on tho sale
if twenty shines, aud llllo nillwny
LnndH sold nt 111.5(1,
The Inlei est In Mcllrrdo Is wide
spread, and cyerono Is waiting to hear
iti result or tho Alexander & llaldwln
trip to tho plnntallon. The stock was
mllier weak this morning hut not ns
thnky as one might expect. Tho gen
eral impression seems to ho thnt tho
aconcy will bo taken hy A. & II.. henco
tho tendency to hold on. Somo orders
from tlio coast hnvo been filled nt tlm
cm rout quotation. Olna Blinded down
t.i fi.25 on n sale of forty-five slinrcs of
Tho nnmo of II. I). Olffard now nn.
pears on tho list of members of Iho
Ptoek Kxchnnge. Mr. (lliTiinl Imvluir
taken (ho scat of the Heiry Water
hoiiso Trust Companj-, which ho repre
sents. Mr. airfnrd has been handling
Iho Trust Company's stock business
lor sonieiiiing over a jcar, nnd his pro
motion to hu tho roprescntntlvo on tho
".xchango Is a recognition of his good
wirk for Ills company niul Its clients.
BLUEFIEDS. Nicaragua, Dec. 1.
The fact that the Nicaraguan rebels
are supported by a well-organized
iunta in New York was evidenced
here today by the arrival of a steam-
shJD from New York henrinn- anna
and ammunition for the rebel forces.
WASHINGTON. Tine 1 Tfci
naval transnort Prnirie with a foru
of marines, will sail for Panama to
THE TIME TO MAKE YOUR
WILL IS NOW TODAY.
WE WILL BE PLEASED TO EX
PLAIN TO YOU NTHE DETAILS
AND ASSIST YOU IN DRAWING
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.,
023 Fort St.
Special Commission Confronted With Problem
Involving Large Sums Spent By
Plantations On Their Landings
Through n contention made by Bii
crlntcudcut of Public Works Marstou
Caillliholl a nuestlon hnx been' riilxrrl
iitTcctlug the status of nil tho private
whnrves and landings throughout tho
Terrltorv, constructed through an ox
I'cmllturo of thousands of dollars by
Iho plantations. Tho Wharves aud
Landing Commission, npilntcd 1
resolution of tho Inst I.eglslntnro has
discovered Hint Campbell contendf
that tho control nnd ownership or thu
landings and wharves constructed by
irlvalc capital Is vested In tho Terrl-
Tho claim came as entirely nuox-,
rtoil in (tin utif-n- finrimpallimii llm.
pectcd to tho sugar cnriKirntlons thnt
hnvo been maintaining their own
whnrves nnd landings and thero Is an
Inclination to hellevo that tho romnlril
claim of Iho HiiiKTlntendenl if Pub-
lie worKn hns been inlsconstrueil.
In an effort to shed somo light m
the question in which a great amount
of property Is Involved, the Wharves
end Landing Commission hns request
ed Acting Attorney Oeneral I-orrln An-
TO FLY HERE
Wright Model Will Be
Pilvato advices received froni'Wash-
luuton bv a lorn! Armv nlM j.r uljiti
tl at thu War licpartmcnt e. ''onslder
lag tho Biiggoirliou or sen ' t j. uuu oi
tho Army flying machliioi in Huwji;
within tho coii'so ot thu nol vl.ii- i.;:
cxperlmontal work In an 'effort to do
icrnuno lis nvnllnblllly in co: iect,ii'i
with tlio hj stein of defciuc r the is
land of Ouhu. -
It Is not itmtd Just when (he flv'r.K
machluo ca'i U expected Ik icauh Ha
waii but rpiiii tho geneial sl-iteiueiiu
contulued lu iho letter iu:-wud it in
hcllnved 111". ..s soon as tho .Vrlghl
II) lug luacibiLs contracteil !( bv Iho
United St-U" Oovcrnmeut 're dnllv
erod. ono til ll.fin will bo s' t to I.'i
wall for Int eellng omcers aud'iiici in
Iho manageiirt of tlie e-jiiilii acout
of Iho air.
Tho liellif tif tho War l)u..ailmu.
that tho ll).i,; machine Is .isllnid I.)
become a f.i!i' In tho war neralloiiH
ot tho fiitiiM hns been plan y ludlt-a
ed and tha I'llcy adopted , to fniu-l
larlzo as mv.y onicers nnd iiilu nn no.
!hlo with the machinery 3t the nert
piano. Tho mnchlno lo ho sent to Hawaii
will bo of tho Wright model and It Is
lelloved that Its trial ground or ulr
will ho at I.ellehua, vvhero tho topog
raphy of tho countiy Is well udapted
tor tho oxpcrlmonlH.
GRAND JURY IN '
Thero will bo a number of cases
drought beroro the Territorial Orund
Jury, which hblds foith conimmiclng
tomorrow. Theio aru soveral stab
hlrig urfiays up for Investigation us
veil lis other matters or Inuxiriniir.i
for consldeiatlon hy tho Inqulslon
Memhoi'3 or the nuiirnriiiii nmmi ..
Heullh met nt Sacrumentn to consider
tlio hookworm disease, Tlio question
Ihey cnnfijinteil vvns whether cold
fiuld Hestiiiy ih0 worm.
crows for nil opinion concerning tho
validity of.Uio claim uimloliy tho 8ui
erllitondeut of Public Woikii. An
ilrews has replied to Iho general effect
that there aro no legal grounds for tho
contention that tho Territory can ox
crvlso any control that accompanies i
properly right In tho plantation land
ings Tho question has never hefoio
ileveloiicd nnd the claim whs received
Willi considerable surprise by the legal
representatives of tho Territory.
Tho question must bo decided hefoin
the Wharves and Landings Comnils
slon can prfiecvd with Its work nnd It
"'---- i. "ii mm ii
Ih presumed, that It will consider tho
....l..l..n ..!..,.... ,... . .. ...
opinion submitted by Acting Attorney
General Andrews as a final disposition
of tho polntralsed by (ho contention
of the Huporlntfiident of Public Vnrkn.
Tho prlvnlo' wharves and landings In
volved havev Iu-hi conslructed uiKin
pliintnlloupru-i,v In ncarlyori-rV In
itance nnd Hcrvlofoio there lias been
mi isisslblllty or tho wharves In any
way becoming the pioperty of the Gov
ornment. GLADDEN HEARTS OF
Oddfellows Donate Fine
New Organ To
What is infilled will gladden tho
heaits or the Infnales or tho city and
county Jail In tho form or a lino par
lor organ has been presented to that
Institution by the hoard or trustees
of Cxeclslor Lodge of Oddfellows of
Some weeks ago tho chairman ot
tho hoard. M. T. Slmontnn. iirnffered
a hnudbomo organ to tho Institution,
tho offer being made through Kathcr
Valentin, Tho proitosltlon proved
most ngreenlilo tn those In elinrcn
of tho city nnd county prison, and Its
i rnilj- acceplauco followed,
The musical Instrument Is valued
at $2!Wi and hns been In tho posses
sion ot Kxcelslor Lodge but a little
At a motion of tho board or direc
tor Iho matter or donating tha or
gan to tho USD or tho unfortunates In
tho county basilic wna voted upon
at lust night's mootlnirnf tho nr.
Tho Instrument will ho used nt all
religious services hold at tha Jail Ir
respective of crood or denomination.
that tho handsome gift Is kconly
HpprcclutCll Is borne out hv n nrnnuit
receipt of an acknowledgment from
Julius Asch, tho Jailer of Honolulu
institution, who, In a Icttor to tho
lodge this niornlntr. writes ns rot.
Officers nnd Mombors Kxcelslor
Lodge, No. 1, I. O, 0. !'., Hono
lulu. T. II.
(lontlemen: It' Is with feellims
or extremo gratltudo and apprecia
tion unit i, on behalf of tho County
Institution that 1 at nreiont Imvn
clnirgo of, nddrcss you this letter us
an acknowledgment of your thought-
nn, hinii, nnd at tho same tlmo gon-
(Continued on Page 3)
Get your pastry at the
NEW FIBRE MACHINP
tt Diversified Industry's progress II
tt was again brought to tho front tt
It this morning when tho directors tt
U ot the Hawaiian Klhro Company tt
tt decided to order hy calilo a new tt
it decorticating machine for hand- tt
It Hug the product of their sisal tt
II fields. tt
It Tlio present machine Is not tt
It largo enough to hnndlo tho crop tt
II to tho best advantage, some eight tt
II hundred acres of new fields hav- tt
tt'lng been put In near Itoblnson tt
It slntlon on the Wnhlawa branch tt
It of tho O. It. & L. Co. line. tt
WHERE IS MONEY
ASKS THE AUDITOR
Differs With Campbell
On Finances of
Thero is n decided difference ot mun
Ion existing among ihe executive oil
cers or tho Territorial Government n-
tho wnys and mentis to bo adopted to
v ard remedying tho threatening couji
turn of tho water supply of. itonolul'i
Auditor Klshor declared today that
ho was misrepresented In thu morning
pner In regard to declining to certify
to somo or the funds required by tho
Department or Puhllc Worka In Its el
tort to improve tho water supply wiiu
ell tho speed iosstble,
Thcre must bo money available lie
fory I can approve tho contracts miuio
hy Mr. Campbell," said Auditor I'lsher.
''Tho tolal receipts of tho water sys
tern for tho twelve months cndln
miuio ui 11 u
dollnnuents. uro estimated hy Mr.
Campbell at 1 26.000. To this Is add
ed $.M,000 for sever rates, making a
total of ? 1511.000. In tho last six
months it Is expected thnt Sin.noo ad
ditional will bo collected on bte't
rttes. Out of these receipts lima
eoino $6300 for the first six months de
posit on tho bonds nnd then $18,880 In
tercut. Then ten hit cent Is taken for
the second six months on account of
icdcmptlon. For the past five months
thu department expenses hnvo beo I
SHOO, making a total of $100 800 w
annum. In addition Mr. Campbell has
let u contract tor tho Alowa nlno lino
ut $2200 nnd It will cost $1000 addi
tional to lay tho pipe. Thu surplus
mulling may bo $7,900 for tho year."
"- '" -iiwi mm iiiu
IVminrf m.-ttt it tli.l.lln tl,.!... .f... I
Auditor Fisher also slated that tho
- v . tii iniiiiiiiiii
lo go ahead with the. plucliig ,of tho
I.I..I. tin tt . t.. ... . .. ...
nihil mi i'iiiiiii en iteiuiiiiiia street wiin
hu iiiuiiui uviiiiuuiu inr mo construe-
Hon of a bulbing. Fisher stated that
ho was willing to certify to tho high
lift pump contract or $92110 If Camp
bell uonlil nirrv mil litu tirfimli... t,.
cut down tho oxiwnse of'tho water do
pnrtment, but not otherwise.
CANE FROM THOMAS.
As a token of tho ostocm lu whlrh
he Is held by tho personnel of tho local '
Department of Internal Ituvonuo,
Charles Thomas was presented with a'
hniidsomo enno this morning by Co.'
lector Wultor Drako nnd Deputy Col-J
lectors Doylo and Johnstone. Tho
names or Mr. Thomas nnd tho donors
pic engraved umn tho Mlvor mounting
of tlio cano. Thomas leaves for Cull
lomla on tho Mongolia Snttirdnv. Hn
ccmo from California to assist In somo
ppcclnl work of tho local dnmrtmeni
i-nd has won a host of rrlcnds whllo lu
SAN FRANnrsrin tire 1 $..
88 analysis beet, 12s 9d. I'mlty,
4.71 cents. Previous ouotation.
12s 7 l-2d.
SAN FRANmsnn wn an ...
gar, 88 degrees test, 4.33.' Previous
quotation, same.' i
Beets 88 analysis. 12s 7 l-2d.
Parity. 4.68. Previous quotation,
4s o o-ta.
I llulletin Business Office Phono 250'
Bulletin Editorial Room Phono 185,
June 30, 1011, without allowunceB for,c"'on will not be announced until
Bid For i Right To i
Fight Rojeoi ,
i . i?
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
NEW YORK. Dec. 1. Bids for
lmllilln' nff Ih TnfTli-.Tnlitiun,i tii-irn
....n v.. ...v ........... i.....v.. iiu.i.
fleht were opened here this morninp.
tviiampion James J. Jenncs was not
"RifT urpr. tint tn f.v XTiPot... ft
.. .....t ,,. ... j o.u.wj u
T.n Anrrf-lA lllAaann nnil fnlTv(illi f
... .......,, u,i. nuu vwmiu ui
Kan Vmnfttrn Tov H,'n1.ai.a nf Va.
--.. ..U..V..W, w Hivnaiu ui in.-
vada and Mcintosh of Australia,
This latter bid by Mcintosh vas not
considered, as it was not accompa -
....- ...... avw..iuvu unwn, i-iom
other propositions were received, but
Wfire Without ttnnrlinrr ttfintr tnlnna
titer! usifh a raftlS.T nl.AU fn.t
the "earnest' check.
McCarey of Lcs Angeles made an
offer of $110,000 for the fight and
60 per cent on moving picture rights.
Oleason and Coffroth of San Fran
cisco offered $125,000 for the privi-
lece of conduetino- IIia pw.ni mninb
The latter desire to reserve all mov
ing niCttir nirhTft The w Tmn.
Cisco bid is apparently ths high,c3t. '
BIDS FOR BIG FIOHT.
NEW YOHK. Dec. 1. . Bids of
snorting- clubs for the great Jeffries
Johnson fight were opened here to
day. The figures are very much
complicated by the various competi
tors having included the moving
picture privileges. The managers
hAvinir the matter tn t.an.1 av !,...,
- , r - - -... m,.u ni, uuay
ngTinng up the totals and clearing
up the perplexing details. It was
stated th's afternoon that the de
: "- k(b tit. utr
Bv Latham!Rl!efs Health
PARISk France, Dec. 1. Aviator
Latham established the world's rcc
ord for altitude today. He rose to
a height of 1,600 feet.
STHIKEBS WON'T AGREE
ST. PAUL. Minn., Dec. 1. Mem
bers of the Order of Railway Switch-
,.. vviiu (tic UUt UU SllllVC I1AV6 rr-
IntmA in Ih IV. 4.. 4- ..ill i
ium.u tu oinu i iic ictius oi Bciucmcni
'proposed by arbitrators striving to
kJMn !. ... . 1 -P
U44441; nuuui an ngrccraeni oeiwecn
4uct ana mc miawm operators
A LL AMERICA Oxfords
'"' areA TREAT FOR THE FEET
Made by. Rice & Hutchins for tl.o ,,,:,...
lar peoplq,who appreciate quality, workman-
. m HWiJZimm- VTI
m BiBssm iiviii in
m KHKvkf I f ill
m-JmKSmmWkvm Km 1 1 1
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LONDON. D?c 1 l'icniicr As-i
nnitli niuinuurnl h nnllev ti.liiv bvl
..4lit,;,.,. 1.a .. .1..J-.1 ...:.... -I-V
wuiiimiij uiu tuilll-llipillicu HlllUll Ulil
tin Government an a result of'thol
reaction of the budget by the House
oi j crn.
I TL. T3m...i.u .i.i.. .i.a i.
, aiic il.l.l. 3U11C1 UUU I1C Will
i aIT.. 2.. ,1. Tr.. - rt .
IKilU III llie JIUUSC 01 (.-UlllinOllS 10-
m.aa... . u. I. .11.... .1 1 .1. !'
iiuuituw ii lujuituiuii urtiiiriui; Hint
i the action of the House of Lords in'
Irciectini; thc budget is a breach of
ithe constitution and usurnation of
4l. ..:nl.A- r II.. n ninr
uic iij;ui OI me l,(Ji:i!MUI15, AIMS
will brine the constitutional phasu
n n .l.fr. n 1.r 41.. -....I. h
T0KI0. Dec. 1 Admiral To.-o7
itholuro o'j.tltP Uu30iJapiinr.)c.ri)Rj
wi iiuii unite ai-wii'i; luuny ,011.
ticcbuui oi nuvniiciug yeais, jtr, ivi
be succeeded bv Admiral Iiuiii. -ii.
Vice Adnihnl IJiitlt who ureiPinil:
Admlial Togo as cntef or general
fctaff of thu Imperial Japanese nnvyjl
was in (ommand or tho .liipnnes
Meet whli h visited. the L'nlleil Stn'i?
during thu .tiiiuestown eMioultlt
When be relumed to .lun.ui he-,w'i
niiiilu assistant diler or stuff of
nnvy tinder Admiral Togo, ,-i
AiIiiiIiiiI Until took ni live nar
in tlm Itiisso-.lnpuiKhc war ami
deeoialed li tlio Kniperor
'T. n. ri f .1
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 1, Jud
Cabnniss lias nppoiulcd tlirce ' ci
tihvsicians to cxnmine Abe Tlnnf ...1
has applied for release on hail owing!
In 1l!a nll....1 i-.it! 1 til .11 n!l
' "V mitgcu inning ncuilll.
The liltr lire wblrli ,i.. .ir, ...... i
- V.'..'1IU l
CollKeum lu San FrnmiMcii Is Hiippo&S
in nave been stalled by defeellvo wl
Bhip and stylish footwear.
When ready to buy your
bummer outfit, look for
Rico & Hutchins' marl
of merit. To full- en.
. joy the. summer months
your shoe must be
comfortables and not
cramp the tocs. If
you wi!I cxnmlnq "our
Uxtoids tor summer,
you will be amply repaid
and experience a plcacurc
Shoe Co., Ltd.
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